Roxy Ann Peak

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Roxy Ann Peak is a 3 mile out and back trail located in Medford, Oregon and is rated as moderate. It can be done as a loop if you take the small trail off to the right about 1/4 mile down from the top. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Possible snow in the winter.

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Marcus Mosttler (63)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Nice easy hike close to town and can take dogs

Adam Hazelton (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Seth Fangue (533)

18 Completed2 Reviews

Great hike for beginners. The main trail is a gravel road that circles the peak. A side road cuts off from the circle and steeply climbs up to the communications towers at the top. There are a few hiking/equestrian trails apart from the main road. A few are even marked. Great views of the Rogue Valley!

Chris Bogosh (59)

4 Completed3 Reviews

I went up a trail on the back side. Nice view of Mt. McGoughlin. Sat under a tree and gazed out at the grassy meadow, I found this very relaxing.

Shyanne Case (99)

4 Completed4 Reviews

Saw a baby rattle snake. Nice hike, great view.

Mike Mannel (87)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Basically hiking a gravel road. Not bad. Good views of the valley.

Bob Sowell (129)

6 Completed1 Reviews

Fun hike fairly easy and close to my house, wife and I hiked it about a dozen times last year. very pretty scenery to.

Joni Hickey (264)

14 Completed6 Reviews

Love this hike. Lots of goat trails to choose from that you can get up and down quicker with. Lots of poison oak. Rock outcropping past the radio tower used to have a geo cache hidden there but the last time we couldn't find it.

Erica Radillo (146)

1 Completed1 Reviews

The first 'trail' was very steep. It looked more like a road. The second trail, the Madrone trail, was close though. There is a lot of poison oak! The trails were clear of it though. We stopped at the road and turned back. We didn't know we had to follow the road to continue to the rest of the trail. I will try again another dy!

Jennifer P. (245)

Nice views over the area, great climb and fun seeing lizards crossing the tracks. Good route for training, but lots of heavy gravel trucks on road portion

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